On Sunday, Miami Hurricanes number 1 had a lot of problems
with rival Florida Gators, losing 10 of the last 12 games against the team that
has been classified n. 2 nationwide entering the weekend.
After Sunday, misery continued for head coach Gino DiMare’s team as Florida used an early offensive blast and endured a late Canes rally to sweep the weekend streak with a 5-3 win ahead of a crowd of 3,554 inside Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field.
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(4-3) arrived at a run in the eighth inning on a two-run humerus by Raymond
Gil, but would be as close to Florida as possible (8-0)
insurance runs ninth to get their first hit in the series since 2017
and their first in Coral Gables since 2012.
Florida got it
to “Canes who starts the pitcher Slade Cecconi (1-1) in advance with two heats in the first
innings and another in the second in a soloist managed by Josh Rivera. Miami eliminated the deficit in the
fourth innings, getting the first two runners and taking their first run
home in sacrifice flight before Alex Torral’s long shot on the right court fell
unless leaving the park with two runners and the threat has come to
he settled for the next innings before giving up a solo humerus in the
fifth inning to Jud Fabian and finished the game with seven strikeouts and fair
a walk, but gave up four races earned on five innings.
Miami had another chance to make things interesting at the bottom of the fifth inning and had the bases loaded before Gil jumped out looking onto the pitch from starter Gators Hunter Barco (1-0) to end the threat. The left-handed ended the day on the mound with seven strikeouts and two walks, giving up only two out of five hits and a third inning thrown.
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returns to Mark Light Field on Wednesday for another showdown against a
Enemy of the Sunshine State, this time the USF Bulls, at 3:00 pm before a weekend streak in
at home against Towson.